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The red panda (Ailurus fulgens) is a mammal native to the eastern Himalayas and southwestern China. It has reddish-brown fur, a long, shaggy tail, and a waddling gait due to its shorter front legs, and is slightly larger than a domestic cat. It is arboreal, feeds mainly on bamboo, but also eats eggs, birds, and insects. It is a solitary animal, mainly active from dusk to dawn, and is largely sedentary during the day.

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There are lots of ways to enjoy the Internet and stay safe, and we have some friends over at Netsmartzkids.org that can help. Stop by and meet our friends Clickie, Webster, Nettie and the gang. They have some fun games to play online!

Below are some great tips to keep in mind while surfing the Web:

• Never share pictures of yourself online that you wouldn't want to be seen by your family, teachers or a total stranger.
• Set user profile to private so only real friends can get access. Know who you're chatting with - a "friend" is not always a friend.
• Don't share personal information online like your full name, school, address or phone number, or user passwords.
• Don't meet up in person with anyone you met online.
• Report suspected abuse to law enforcement or a trusted adult.

 

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There's a lot to deal with on the Internet – cyberbullies, privacy settings, gossip, and even creeps. These resources from Netsmartz.org can help you navigate the Internet while guarding your reputation. From watching real-life stories to hearing what other teens are saying about issues like cyberbullying and social networking, these resources can help you make the right decisions online. 

Tips to be safe online:

• Think before you click
• Don't meet in person with someone you met online that you do not know
• Treat people online as you would in person: be polite!
• Don't post inappropriate pictures or personal information online

 

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Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) is one of the leading federal law enforcement agencies that investigates crimes involving child pornography and the sexual exploitation of minors. HSI special agents work throughout the country, along with state, local and other federal law enforcement partners, as well as with criminal investigators around the world, to conduct investigations leading to the prosecution of child predators and the rescue and identification of victims.

The internet is a great way for people to stay in touch with friends and family, and meet new people as well. Predators know this and they actively stalk online meeting places such as chat rooms and social media sites. They are adept at targeting children and luring them into dangerous or inappropriate behavior. This process is known as "grooming."

Signs of grooming:

• Receiving gifts through mail
• Making calls to unknown numbers
• Turning away from family and friends
• Spending lots of time online
• Minimizing screen or turning off the monitor when you come into room

HSI's Child Exploitation Investigations Unit wants you to know how to prevent and report instances of child exploitation. Our partners at the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children have created the NetSmartz educational outreach program to do just that. Visit NetSmartz.org to learn more about any of the following topics:

• Blogging
• Cell Phones
• Children as Victims
• Cyberbullying
• Email, IM and Chat Rooms
• File Sharing
• Gaming
• Identity Theft
• Inappropriate Content
• Internet Safety
• Predators
• Revealing Too Much
• Sexting
• Social Networking
• Webcams

 

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The primary threats to red pandas are direct harvest from the wild, live or dead, competition with domestic livestock resulting in habitat degradation, and deforestation resulting in habitat loss or fragmentation. A 40% decrease in red panda populations has been reported in China over the last 50 years, and considered to be lower in the Western Himalayan areas.

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The species has been classified as endangered in the IUCN Red List since 2008 because the global population is estimated at about 10,000 individuals, with a decreasing population trend. The red panda is protected in all range countries, and hunting is illegal. 

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Our specially trained investigators and attachés in more than 40 countries not only partner with governments, agencies, and experts who share our mission to protect these items, but they train the investigators from other nations and agencies on how to find, authenticate and enforce the law to recover these items when they emerge in the marketplace. Customs laws allow ICE to seize national treasures, especially if they have been reported lost or stolen. ICE works with experts to authenticate the items, determine their true ownership and return them to their countries of origin.

Enclosed are but a few examples of efforts done by ICE and our predecessor, the U.S. Customs Service, to return valuable works of art and cultural property to their rightful owners.

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In April 2016, Example of a link in New York. The fossils were recovered by HSI as a result of investigations in Wyoming and New York. Mongolian patrimony laws prohibit the export of dinosaur fossils, as well as the private ownership of these items. The returned pieces include nearly complete skeletons of Bactrosaurus, Protoceratops and Psittcosaurus, a nest of Protoceratops eggs, and the skulls of an Alioramus and a Psittcosaurus.

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La Coiffeusse” or “The Hairdresser” was painted by Picasso in 1911 in oil on canvas and is an example of cubism. The painting was last displayed in 1998 in Munich and then returned to Paris’ National Museum of Modern Art. It was reported stolen by the museum in 2001 when museum officials received a loan request and could not locate the painting in their archives.

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Our specially trained investigators and attachés in more than 40 countries not only partner with governments, agencies, and experts who share our mission to protect these items, but they train the investigators from other nations and agencies on how to find, authenticate and enforce the law to recover these items when they emerge in the marketplace. Customs laws allow ICE to seize national treasures, especially if they have been reported lost or stolen. ICE works with experts to authenticate the items, determine their true ownership and return them to their countries of origin.

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In April 2016, Example of a link in New York. The fossils were recovered by HSI as a result of investigations in Wyoming and New York. Mongolian patrimony laws prohibit the export of dinosaur fossils, as well as the private ownership of these items. The returned pieces include nearly complete skeletons of Bactrosaurus, Protoceratops and Psittcosaurus, a nest of Protoceratops eggs, and the skulls of an Alioramus and a Psittcosaurus.

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La Coiffeusse” or “The Hairdresser” was painted by Picasso in 1911 in oil on canvas and is an example of cubism. The painting was last displayed in 1998 in Munich and then returned to Paris’ National Museum of Modern Art. It was reported stolen by the museum in 2001 when museum officials received a loan request and could not locate the painting in their archives.

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Our specially trained investigators and attachés in more than 40 countries not only partner with governments, agencies, and experts who share our mission to protect these items, but they train the investigators from other nations and agencies on how to find, authenticate and enforce the law to recover these items when they emerge in the marketplace. Customs laws allow ICE to seize national treasures, especially if they have been reported lost or stolen. ICE works with experts to authenticate the items, determine their true ownership and return them to their countries of origin.

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In April 2016, Example of a link in New York. The fossils were recovered by HSI as a result of investigations in Wyoming and New York. Mongolian patrimony laws prohibit the export of dinosaur fossils, as well as the private ownership of these items. The returned pieces include nearly complete skeletons of Bactrosaurus, Protoceratops and Psittcosaurus, a nest of Protoceratops eggs, and the skulls of an Alioramus and a Psittcosaurus.

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La Coiffeusse” or “The Hairdresser” was painted by Picasso in 1911 in oil on canvas and is an example of cubism.

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